Ricky Burns and Anthony Crolla could face off after both losing title fights in 2017
Burns was comfortably beaten on points by the awkward Indongo, who claimed the Scot's WBA belt and defended his own IBF super-lightweight title.
In front of a partisan Glasgow crowd, the 34-year-old was handed the sixth defeat of his 48-fight career but has refused to hang up his gloves quite yet.
"I've still got a few years in me and I've still got a few big nights left so we'll see what happens," Burns said.
"I'm not finished yet.
"Losing is the most gutting feeling ever but I've always said I will fight anybody at all.
"I'm not afraid to lose but just now it's not nice.
Ricky Burns was outboxed by a magnificent Julius Indongo
"They could say to me you're fighting anyone at all and I would say 'no bother'.
"My attitude is that a fight is a fight.
"I'm not afraid to go in with the best because boxing is all I've ever wanted to do.
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Anthony Crolla has lost both of his last two fights to Jorge Linares
"There are still some great big fights out there for me and I'm not done yet."
Burns is now set to take a holiday to consider his options but he will meet with Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn on his return to discuss future fights.
Express Sport understands an all-British clash with Anthony Crolla is being considered as the Manchester fighter looks to bounce back from consecutive defeats to Jorge Linares.
Crolla is a former WBA lightweight world champion but is also considering his options and could move up a weight division to fight Burns.